New cases in Texas have been mostly increasing from around June 8, less than a week after it entered the third reopening phase.
Texas health officials announced over 600 additional deaths were being counted on Monday as they changed their COVID-19 death reporting method to rely on the cause of death listed on death certificates.
State budget shortfalls are expected to total about $555 billion through 2022—a bigger drop than in the worst years of the Great Recession—according to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
San Francisco's health officer prohibited places of worship from holding in-person services in early June, with a few exceptions for funerals and small groups to assist in live stream production.
Fauci said that he "cannot explain" the problem and that he does not have a "good answer."
Target announced it would be closed on Thanksgiving out of concerns for the coronavirus pandemic, which means the holiday shopping season will take a different shape.
Agricultural departments in Kentucky, Virginia, Washington, Louisiana and Kansas have issued alert notices after residents received unsolicited packages containing seeds by mail. Residents of Utah, Ohio and Arizona have reportedly received packages as well.
Britain's report on Russian interference makes for a dismal reading. Here's what can be done to bring efforts against a 21st century Kremlin up to scratch.
Gregg Garfield spent a total of 64 days in hospital as a result of the disease.
Many would-be investors living in expensive cities are being priced out from their local markets. This has led to a recent rise in investors choosing to buy rental properties remotely.
Kristen Jessie-Uyanik, 41, said she was with the Wall of Moms outside the Multnomah County Justice Center when she "heard a BOOM and felt something hit my face."
British-Jamaican war nurse Mary Seacole and Noor Inayat Khan, a British spy in World War II and others are being considered.
Trump can't find federal personnel to do contact tracing for the coronavirus but has found thousands of agents for his secret police to wage war on his own citizens.
"The coronavirus is very real and extremely contagious," wrote Dallas resident Tony Green in a personal essay detailing his family's COVID-19 experience. "Before you even know you have it, you've passed it along to your friends, family, coworkers and neighbors."
A week-long revival event at Warrior Creek Missionary Baptist Church was shut down early after an attendee tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
"We're testing more than any other country in the world," said White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows on Sunday.
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Given recent events, Israel must commit to decoupling from China.
It's about time you get the household budget under control. Start by negotiating bills and subscription plans to lower monthly expenses.
Memorial services for the late congressman in Alabama will continue later this evening and on Sunday.
"John Roberts has abandoned his oath," Cruz tweeted Saturday, along with retweeting a photo of Justice Neil Gorsuch's dissenting opinion.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam addressed the city's uptick in virus cases and clarified rumors that suggested a lockdown was imminent.
Hurricane Hanna marks the first hurricane of the 2020 Atlantic season as it moves toward the Texas coast.
All areas back in a second British lockdown are linked by a number of things - high levels of poverty, high black and ethnic minority populations and high "key worker" numbers.
This week California became the new center of U.S. coronavirus epidemic with COVID-19-related hospitalizations increasing at a rate of 11 percent per day.